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  1. Hudson River
    Just seen that the RB has its first entry a 41 1/2 caught in the selkirk area. If it wasnt go time b4 it deff is now. TURN UP
  2. The Striper Forum
    hey everyone new to the site, so far its awesome. just need a little guidance, right now im using a 7 foot ugly stik, and a Shakespeare excursion reel. its been good so far but its starting to wear out after 3 years of service. just looking to get a reel that can hold more then 150 yards of line...
  3. Hudson River
    While bait fishing with slider and weight, do you think I could catch larger fish by stopping the slider at say five feet instead of just letting bait run free.. do you think a quickfish with a herring wrap would work when tide is going out, at slack tide what lures do you cast south of troy
  4. Reels and Reel Maintenance
    Ive been a shimano man for the past few years and have been stuck with my 4500baitrunner/ Talavera combo for the past 2 seasons. Starting to break lines with this 25lb test so im thinkin its time to move up!! Would the new shimano 8000 D be a good match for a 9 ft ugly stik? I just want...
  5. Upper Hudson River Striper Club
    Finnaly got a good one to post.Got this one on cut bait.Had a few smaller ones and a few cats.That wind was nasty.......:yay:35 inches and 20 lbs
  6. Tennessee Stripers and Wipers
    We have a great river for Stripes. And I know we have some big fish here below Pickwick Dam. But on average there 10 lbs. Now I enjoy catching them that size. But Knowing there's bigger fish here. It kills me that I do not know how to fish for them other then at the dam. That is fun. Or busting...
  7. Tennessee Stripers and Wipers
    Been doing great on the salts 10 lb or less. But been thinking the big fish are there somewhere. Wondering if they may be hanging along the break line of the slack water and the fast current? I know when we hit the bigger fish busting on top. That the bigger fish are out of the current. So think...
  8. Hudson River
    Well me and the boys hit the river for a few mini-trips today. Just got home a short while ago. Trip #1 7:00am-Noon Water 52 degrees 1/2 hour into the am trip poles start going nuts, we got a triple going but Todd's comes unbuttoned. So me and the boat captain Kev land these 2 shorties ...
  9. Hudson River
    Today i had the pleasure of joining a few friends on a scouting misson aboard Ace Charters.It was my 1st time meeting him & it was a lot of fun. We shared stories, tips & laughs. If you have been thinking about getting a charter i highly recomend him. Very nice guy & very knowledgeable. He...
  10. California - Lakes, Rivers, Bay and Delta
    Just wanted to share with everyone what the Westcoast freshwaters are starting to give up. This 32", 22-3/4lber was caught 10/29/07 in the Delta around the Discovery Bay area by my friend Phan. I added my nephew and Godson for size comparison. I can't wait to get out there on Saturday and try to...
  11. Massachusetts
    Long sand's in York ME. 1/2 hour past high, 6" wild eye shad, sent home after some lunging, and a good nibble on the thumb. Didn't Have time to measure or weight but was lucky enough to have a guy stop and take the pic with me digi cam.
  12. The Striper Forum
    which one gives the best fight: is it tru that a fight from a 20lb striper will dwarf the fight from a 20lb bluefish or is that idea oppisite i really dont no i never caught any of them ... i am a 13yr old newbie
  13. The Striper Forum
    That is whats happening in my area. As many bass as you want during dawn and dusk. All small. Not complaining just stating here. I am wishing for bigger during the day latley. It's strange how I found fish in the 20-40lb variety in skinny water, atleast 3 times a week during the summer...
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